Very good. Wear to simluated burgndy leather at corners, owner's stamp on ffep, otherwise fine. Interior clean, binding tight. 8v.; 27 cm. Volume IV: L through M. Appendices: Amphibious Ships, Aviation Auxiliaries, Destroyer Tenders, Ships-of-the-Line, Classification of Ships.
Very good. SHIP DAILY from NJ w/tracking: USED, UNREAD; NEAR FINE to VERY GOOD (small wear to leather corners) NO DJ AS ISSUED AND AS SHOWN THIS COVER. Sewn binding. OVERSIZED-NO EXPEDITED ORDERS. Leatherette over boards. Volume Contains: Illustrations. 16057 16057--OVERSIZED-NO EXPEDITED ORDERS. volume 3, alphabetically G through K. Hundreds of B&W photos. "An alphabetical arrangement of the ships of the Continental and United States Navies, with a historical sketch of each one"--Pref., v. 3. : James L. Mooney, editor, in association with Richard T. Speer. Vols. 7-8 issued by: Naval Historical...Includes bibliographies.
Good. No dust jacket as issued. Ex-library. Exceptionall clean former University Library Copy. Oversized. 546 p. Includes: illustrations, maps. 546pp, illustrated, General Audience, Historical Reference, LCCN: 91-28049 VERY GOOD Condition HARD COVER. Volume I-Part A. Edited by James L. Mooney, foreword by Arleigh Burke, published by the Naval Historical Center, Department of the Navy, Washington, DC, 1991, 546pp. Former University library book with all the usual stamps and stickers. The text is like-new, it is exceptionally clean, crisp and bright with no noticeable extraneous markings, folds or blemishes. The binding is very tight and the spine is solid. No dust jacket as issued. The cover has minimal shelf/edgewear with very, very gentle bumping of the spine base. Excellent former library copy. ISBN: None. LCCN: 91-28049 Non-fiction; history; United States; Navy; Confederacy; Union; vessels; boats; ships; frigates; submarine torpedo boats; submarines; bark; steamer; blockade runner; tugs; trawler; ship-building; battles; destroyers; tankers; wars; cruisers; minesweeper; freighter; landing craft; monitor; brigantine; yacht; open lighter; Liberty Ships; cutters; Coast Guard; transport; escort carrier; aircraft carrier; cargo ships; research vessels; battleships; radar picket ship; antisubmarine; Q-Ships; merchantmen; submarine tender; sloops; barges; tank landing ships; submarine chaser
Very Good+ No Dust Jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 753 pp. Original maroon cloth covers w/ titles in gilt. Binding lightly soiled. Light foxing to edges of text block. Illust. w/ b/w photos and maps. Contents very nice.
Very good. Dept of the Navy, Washington, D.C., 1991. 1st Edition, 1st Printing, VG+, Hard Cover, Size=8"x10.5", 520pgs. Withdrawn stamp from USS Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum Library. Intrepid is an aircraft carrier commissioned in WWII and opened as a museum in New York City in 1984. It was completely refurbished and reopened to the public on Veterans Day, 2008. This book is part of a 2000+ book collection from the Museum Library, o.w. clean bright and tight. Rest of book in Fine condition. Compliments card from the Director of Naval History Dean C. Allard laid in. Foreword by Admiral Arleigh Burke, U.S. Navy, (Ret). 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES ALL ARE WELL PACKED WITH CARE!
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